Sparkman Funeral Home & Cremation Services

1029 South Greenville Ave, Richardson, TX


Jacqueline Duncan Asbury

November 26, 1936November 29, 2019

Jacqueline Duncan Asbury was born on November 26, 1936 and passed away on November 29, 2019.


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Jacqueline Duncan Asbury

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Sylvia Coffman

December 3, 2019

We will miss you so much dearest Jackie. You were one of a kind and showed everyone who had the joy of knowing you kindness, love, humor and generosity. We were all blessed to have shared such a long and lovely friendship with you. Rest in Peace dear friend.

Much love,

Sylvia and John Coffman

Jodi Cantu

December 3, 2019

I am so heartbroken to have to say goodbye to a woman who was so much to so many. Kind doesn't even really begin to describe Jackie. She was loved by all that knew her and will be sorely missed. My sincere condolences to the family, what a wonderful wife/mother Jackie was.....so proud of all of her children and grandchildren. She talked of them so much. I will miss you so much Jackie.....rest in peace.

Carol Long

December 3, 2019

I had the pleasure of working with Jackie when I relocated to Texas from Atlanta. I was moving for my company (Coca-Cola) and Jackie made my house hunt a great experience. Little did I know at the time, that 16 years later we would still be friends.
Jackie was a smart, funny and very caring person. She was always interested in what you were doing and went out of her way to support you. When I retired from Coca-Cola I volunteered to be a Puppy Raiser for Canine Companions for Independence. Because Jackie knew the puppies needed to be socialized in all types of situations she invited me and the puppy I was raising (Jazz) to an event in Highland Park. She took a big chance on Jazz being a well behaved puppy in such a fancy setting. We were lucky that all went well. Later we laughed about what could have happened with a 9 month old dog sitting under the table at a fundraising banquet. When Jazz graduated "Aunt Jackie" came to her graduation. This is just one example of the type of friend Jackie was to those blessed by her friendship.
Jackie loved her children and was a very proud grandmother. She posted some great pics of everyone on FaceBook and shared stories of their accomplishments. I always enjoyed hearing her talk about living overseas with Larry as his job moved them around the world.
I can only imagine how sad Larry and the family are to be saying good bye to this terrific lady. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. God called Jackie home and she is now in his loving care.
Carol Long